The author needs to think a bit. He's saying stuff like Disney takes away the imagination of the stories. Now, who remembers Warner Brothers doing that with Harry Potter? I KNOW he said that other studios do that, but he's only picking on Disney. I don't like Disney so much, but the whole "saccharinly-sentimental characters" thing appears in movies other than Disney. (Anastasia is two for two....the goofy love-glances between them was sickening and totally unhuman, and who said Anastasia was ever found?!) The author must realize that if there's a problem with animation, he shouldn't dump it on one studio.
G-d bless anyone who read that whole thing.
And besides, most people look at this type of topic unrealistically. They are all under the apparent misconception tha--oh, wait. Is my post over? Ah, okay.